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The practice is looking for a GP to work 6 – 8 sessions per week.

The ideal candidates will be patient-centred, with a calm and friendly outlook and collaborative approach to patient care.


The practice has 3,524 registered patients as at November 2022, a profile of the patient population is provided below:

  • 16% high needs patients (Maori, Pacific or >Dep 5)
  • Maori make up 9% of the enrolled population with 1.6% for Pacific Peoples
  • The largest population groups are aged between 45-64yrs (28%), and 65+yrs (25%)


Greytown (Maori:  Te Hupenui), population 2,466 (at the 2018 census), is a rural town in the heart of the Wairarapa Region of New Zealand, in the lower North Island.  It is 80km north-east of Wellington and 25km south-west of Masterton, on State Highway 2.  It was awarded the title of New Zealand’s Most Beautiful Small Town in 2017 (population less than 5,000)

Greytown is a popular weekend and holiday destination.  The main street has a number of boutique, antique stores and cafés.  The official camping ground next to the soldier’s memorial park is very popular during long weekends and holidays.  Swimming is free at the Greytown Memorial Park which remains a monument to the men of Greytown who gave their lives in both World Wars.  Within the park are 117 lime trees, planted in 1922 to commemorate the 117 soldiers from the community who died in WW1.  With cycling becoming increasingly popular, the Woodside Rail Trail is a regular spot for visitors.  The 5km rail trail winds through quiet farmland, native plantings, and heritage trees to Woodside Station, with great views of the Tararua Ranges.

The town is linked to Wellington and Masterton by train, and New Zealand State Highway 2, the later via a scenic mountain route peaking at the Rimutaka Summit.

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